Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Dave Craft, Jim Andress, 1962. FFA: Dick Williams, 1964
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Shared By: Guy H. on Feb 21, 2006
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details

Description

This route was named for the 38 pitons used on the first ascent.

Locate a large buttress 200' past the Uberfall, almost directly across from the "Uber-pooper", right before the trail that leads to Jackie and Classic. Look for a prominent left-leaning crack above a low bulge.

P1: Start by pulling the small overhang below the left-leaning crack. Follow this mixed-size crack to a crux at the end of the crack. There is good gear nearby, but it's pumpy to hang out and place it. After pulling past the awkward crux move, head up and traverse left across a ledge system. There is a 5.8 move at the end of the traverse, which is a little runout. Continue up the finger crack above to the huge pine tree (note that it is rotting).

Descend via Radcliffe just to climbers' right, or the Uberfall Descent.

Protection

Standard Rack, extra finger-size cams.

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